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Laibach: Concorde 2, Brighton – live review

Long running Slovenian industrial band Laibach played Brighton last week. Check our review.

Xibalba: Tierra Y Libertad – album review

Pomona California five piece Xibalba dropped their eagerly awaited third long player back in January, a colossal fusion of hardcore and death metal.

Fairhorns: FuckUp Rush – album review

Bristol artist Matt Williams has a new album out at the end of March under his Fairhorns identity. Simon Tucker reviews it for us.

Carter Tutti Plays Chris & Cosey: Heaven, London – live review

Louder Than War’s Paul Margree catches the seminal electronic duo’s final Chris & Cosey remix show before they blast off into a new sonic universe.

John Carpenter: Lost Themes – album review

John Carpenter, the man responsible for many of the horror genre’s most striking soundtracks, has just released his debut solo album.

tētēma: Geocidal – album review

Mike Patton obsessive Colin McCracken took a listen to tētēma ,a new project from the Faith No More / Fantomas / Tomahawk frontman.

Voices: London – interview and album review

For Louder Than War Andy santiago reviews what he refers to as "possibly the greatest extreme metal release of 2014". High praise indeed!

Slipknot: .5: The Gray Chapter – album review

Slipknot - .5: The Gray Chapter (Roadrunner) CD / Ltd CD / DL / LP Out Now 7.5 / 10 Metal's most masked, Slipknot, pay hommage to their...

Dust Sculptures: Far Above the Pines – album review

Dust Sculptures - Far Above the Pines (self-released) DL Out Now "If you're ever in the mood to review a progressive black-gaze / post-progressive rock album, I'd...

Scott Walker + Sunn O))): Soused – album review

Scott Walker + Sunn O))) are natural collaborators on an album that will leave you laughing, crying and shaking.

Nasty Little Lonely: Bad Jack and Other Stories – EP review

Nasty Little Lonely - Bad Jack and Other Stories (Self Released) CD / DL Out Now 9/10 Post-punk noise makers Nasty Little Lonely return with a new collection...

Mechanimal: Secret Science – album review

Mechanimal - Secret Science (Inner Ear Records) CD/DL Out Now 9.5/10 Greece based 'drone n roll’ trio Mechanimal release their new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews. Why...

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